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All You Want to Know about Hell Free download Å E-book, or Kindle E-pub í [Reading] ➻ All You Want to Know about Hell By Steve Gregg – It is an undeniable fact that the very concept of hell is shrouded in mystery We know what books and movies tell us hell is like but we're left wNtended to purge sin and to bring about repentance no other book gives such in depth biblical insight into the truths about hell that are hidden in all the hypeFeatures include Complete coverage of the three most popular views on hell Clear explanation of what Scripture really says An easy and interesting read for laypeople pastors and scholars alik. This is an excellent resource I will use it extensively in my efforts to spread the Greater Hope in Universal Reconciliation It is obvious which view Steve Gregg leans toward but that isn't necessarily a negative thing The view that presents the best case is not unlikely to draw the author or reader closer to it's caseSteve did an excellent job in presenting the best case for each view He did not straw man the views he disagrees with but honestly presented an accurate depictions of them as though a condoner of the view was presenting the view they condone He may have critiued certain views during his case for them which may seem biased but in reality we are commanded to test all things; especially the doctrine we hold as our ownIf anyone is interested in learning about Christian Universalism feel free to view the following page If you would like to challenge your view or either of the other two join us in the group on Facebook entitled Evangelical Universalism Invitation and DebateMy grading system on a scale of 5 stars is as follows1 star is obviously the worst of all ratings It basically says the book should never have been written the author is far from ualified or euipped regarding authorship and the book must have been self published because no publishing company would ever publish their work This of course doesn't degrade self publishing 2 stars is slightly better than 1 star It is possible that a publisher would publish their work but the publisher made a poor decision The book is not worth reading even once It's an utter waste of time3 stars is a good rating It says the publisher didn't make a bad decision in publishing their work The book was worth the read but will likely not be read a second time 4 stars is a very good rating The publisher made a very wise decision in publishing their work The book was very well written intriguing and is definitively worth reading again or maybe twice The majority of good books will get 4 stars5 stars is obviously the best rating available Very few books should be rated 5 stars Unfortunately many people give books 5 stars just because they enjoyed the read even if they never pick it up again Even if it is read one or two times it doesn't deserve 5 stars 5 stars is reserved for the best of the best the most elite books that will be historic ie read by generations Books should only receive 5 stars if they will be read many times and used as a tool in future endeavorsSteve Gregg is one of the most humble individual I don't know although I intend to I'm sure he'd be hesitant in accepting a 5 star rating While this book is far from the best book ever written it is among the elite; regarding its genre I rarely give books 5 stars and was hesitant in giving this one 5 stars but ultimately decided it fits the criteria listed aboveWell done Steve Well done

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It Want to Know about MOBI #204 is Want to PDFEPUB #234 an undeniable fact that the very concept of hell is shrouded in mystery We know what books and movies tell us hell is All You Epublike but we're left with so many uestions Is hell simply a place where sinners are sent to suffer for their sins or is it much You Want to ePUB #9734 much than that. I really enjoyed this one I asked for a review copy because I had previously devoured Steve Gregg’s Revelation Four Views This guy is an engrossing writer who gets right to the heart of the matter While Gregg doesn’t entirely mask his own opinion he does manage to fairly represent several alternative views with these books and this time around he gives voice to the following opinions about hell Traditionalists who stick with the common view of everlasting conscious torment Conditionalists who argue for annihilation of the sinful “The wages of sin is death” Restorationalists who insist that hell is a place of rehabilitation Everyone will eventually find their way to heavenUniversalists at least those who reason that for God to be victorious no one could find themselves in hell are not strongly represented in the book Hell is too real in scripture to dismissIt’s important to emphasize that all three views are solidly founded in scripture Lots and lots of scriptural references are provided for each view and all views have thoughtful scholarly supportersWe’d all like to know the ultimate truth about hell but I just don’t think the scriptures are in total harmony in this matter That’s where this study led me though I doubt that’s where Gregg meant to lead The I study topics like this the harder it is to believe in Biblical Inerrancy I remain baffled as to why otherwise thoughtful Bible scholars rage against the obvious that doctrinal differences in the Bible are a natural result of differing opinions among the Bible’s writersNevertheless this is a book to make you think and to make you appreciate the richness of the Bible even as it examines the most frightening topic known to man

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All You Want to Know about HellAll You Want to Know About Hell breaks down the three most popular views You Want to Know about PDF or on hell and tells us what the Bible really You Want to Know about PDF or says about this terrifying and mystifying place From the traditional view of hell as a place of eternal torment to the early Christian view that hell is a place of suffering i. This is one of a series of Steve Gregg's books dealing with matters pertaining to the Christian faith and my hat goes off to him for choosing to tackle a very difficult topic One aspect of the Abrahamic faiths not taught that much about in places of worship and study groups is that of Hell Gregg does a good job at unpacking Hell in its basic components of three views Traditionalism where because the soul was created eternal those who fail to repent face a terrible fate otherwise known as the 'eternal torment view' Conditionalism is where those who are saved go to be in a heavenly realm whereas those who don't make it are simply destroyed or deleted from history's hard drive and finally there's Resorationism where everyone is saved otherwise known as universal salvation Gregg examines the pros and cons of each side and seems to leave it up to the reader to make up his or her own mind after weighing up the evidence It's worth the read if you're really interested in the topic but if not it'll be a bit like going there yourself